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comment Why indexation raised a lot but visits didn´t?
You can be fully indexed, but if they don't like it, they won't come... Figure out how to produce compelling content that people wish to view.
Apr
24
comment Is there any difference between writing meta keywords with or without space?
There is no advantage to having Meta Keywords at all. It's a good sign you've been contacted by a Cargo Cult SEO specialist when they get all het up about you not having any. Nobody who's been overenthusiastic about promoting adding them has been able to ever tell me of any search engine that actually uses them. They're as trustworthy as user submitted content.
Apr
3
comment Meta-description not found in tools.seochat.com: “ERROR! No description data found”
Usual case of taking SEO suggestions with a grain of salt until verified by other sources. Attribute "id=" does not belong in a header meta tag.
Apr
3
comment What is the difference between Google Webmaster Tools and Google Search Console?
The latter is a rebranding of the former. No difference...
Mar
26
comment Can TeamViewer be considered a VPN client?
In some cases, it can be considered a Remote Access Trojan if your security has been compromised. At best, it's synonymous with Microsoft RDP or VNC terminal access. VPN? Never.
Mar
14
comment Does Googlebot trigger onclick events and index the resulting content?
Google now expects all your javascript and CSS to be accessible. If it renders, it's relevant.
Mar
13
answered How can I avoid being hacked?
Mar
12
comment How to perform SEO (Meta-Keywords) for different language?
Have a website in that language.
Mar
12
comment Is a properly made website with more content has advantage in SEO?
Human readable, useful and unique, no TLDR;
Mar
10
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Mar
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Mar
9
comment Say a customer is an observant Jew and wants his site to be offline on Shabat - SEO problem?
When you take religion seriously as a way of life, it affects everything you do, just ask my Mormon and Seventh Day Adventist friends and my Catholic ancestors. And closing your store one day a week isn't forcing your religion on anyone, in fact in the case of several very successful businesses I deal with, it merely gives the competition a fair chance. And it's merely doing what is done in Brick'n Mortar, we're not all pressed to kill ourselves going 24/7.
Mar
8
comment Is it worthwhile to pay for boosting SEO for a new wesite?
It's the "Honest John's Used Cars" rule. If you have to say it in the business name, there are "issues". Waste your money instead on a good copywriter who knows what you are trying to sell so you have good, unique content. If you don't have that, you don't have an SEO foundation
Mar
8
answered Say a customer is an observant Jew and wants his site to be offline on Shabat - SEO problem?
Mar
3
comment Google Called Previous SEO Company?
Client should have changed website access credentials back in July when they cancelled the work relationship. Any access and modifications made by that company after that point in time is criminal trespass. Check access logs for unauthorized activity. And, no, Google would not contact them. Typical Snakeoil SEO tactic.
Feb
29
comment What is the reason for daily time on site as high as '55.14' on Alexa siteinfo?
They often use the WAG method. Since they don't have anything on your website directly measuring access, how would they know? WAG = Wild (Donkey) Guess...
Feb
27
answered I've registered my domain name for the maximum 10 year period. How can I keep it after that?
Feb
24
comment Is a canonical tag pointing to my home page causing Google to remove my pages from the search index?
My home page is the only page that has any valuable content, all the others are duplicates. Ahem... Umm???
Feb
21
comment Removing the dot or period from htaccess files - A dangerous move?
Make sure you include instructions on how to block access from the renamed .htaccess file from being served out by the webserver. Security conscious hosting providers often block .htaccess from being readable by web clients.
Feb
21
comment Removing the dot or period from htaccess files - A dangerous move?
And server changes made for trivial reasons often have unintended consequences down the line. Changing the hidden file view in a client is more appropriate.